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The Blackman's Guide to Understanding the Blackwoman

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A sample passage of the book, refers to African-American women as the "Blackwoman":

Although not lazy by nature, she has become loose and careless about herself and about her man and family. Her brain is smaller than the Blackman's, so while she is acclaimed for her high scholastic achievement, her thought processes do not compare to the conscious Blackman's. Her unbridled tongue is the main reason she cannot get along with the Blackman...if she ignores the authority and superiority of the Blackman, there is a penalty. When she crosses this line and becomes viciously insulting it is time for the Blackman to soundly slap her in the mouth.

I wrote the book because black women in America have been protected and insulated against certain kinds of criticism and examination — Shahrazad Ali.

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